Day 50 - no period ...a little spotting.

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Hello ladies,

I am 51 years and this is this is new territory in my trip through perimenopause. I am on day 50 with no period but have had a little bit of spotting for the past few days. Not much spotting, just a very little trace.

I've heard spotting can happen during perimenopause and this is my first instance with it. I just didn't know if spotting should happen for a few days in a row or not. I felt like a bit of a phantom period too.......Anyone have any experience with us?

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    Yes. I’ve spotted for 5 months x
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    Yep, i ave been spotting for 2 months now - grrrrr. Just browny/red/pinky when I wipe (sorry - TMI???)

    I Worry about it all the time but I've been advised its quite normal. Makes me feel so grubby though. xx

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    Hi Jane, yes it does happen I use to spot between periods sometimes I think that's when your nearing menopause,or not a full period and haves you a spotting.

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    Does anybody know if you always need a biopsy for this or do they try and solve the problem first?
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      I don’t think you always need a biopsy. I think they look at your gyn history and other symptoms too first. In my experience they usually smear test, swab then  ultrasound first.... 
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    Phewwwwww I’m seeing a Gynea next week and freaked out at the thought of a biopsy.  I’ve been spotting for 5 months with only about 8 days per month  (non consecutive) no spotting days.

    Thanks xx

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